Financial elder abuse seminar is offered tonight


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Financial elder abuse seminar is offered tonight

The North Platte Telegraph Elderly abuse comes in many forms, but it is the elderly who are most often at risk to be taken advantage of financially. (39 mins ago)

Personal Finance: Parents taking due credits save

Consumers seek coupons for $25 deals on everything from massages to restaurants, but what about tax deals? Parents who pay attention to their tax return can often recover thousands of dollars for everything from raising children to sending them to day …

New Jersey Lawyer Successful with Mortgage Foreclosure Defense

Partners, Marcia and Joshua Denbeaux of the law firm of Denbeaux & Denbeaux, in Westwood, New Jersey, are dedicated to providing top level legal representation to its clients. Joshua Denbeaux explains how to stop home mortgage foreclosure by using a mortgage foreclosure defense that challenges the standing issues and rules of evidence. (1 day ago)

Panda Security Offers Guidance to SMBs for Combating Concerns About Authenticity, Privacy and Security With Social Media

Panda Security, The Cloud Security Company, is providing guidance to small-to-medium sized businesses on ways to safely and securely integrate social media strategies into their businesses. (16 mins ago)

Health-care workers protest bank tax breaks

YAKIMA, Wash. — Bank of America on 40th and Summitview avenues was the scene of a small rally Thursday afternoon to protest impending cuts to health care and other social services in the state Legislature. (8 hours ago)

Columnist: Extension offering financial, tax help

CONSUMERS’ CORNERBY DIANA STONE Editor’s note: Diana Stone recommends this program through Purdue Extension that provides free tax help to Hoosiers. She has provided this information through Purdue Extension. Contact her at 392-6460 for more informatio…

NewsWatch: Oil prices will slow but not halt growth

Loss of Libyan oil probably isn’t enough to drag the global economy into recession, but no one knows how far the antidespot protests will spread, writes Rex Nutting. (18 mins ago)

Mortgage applications rose last week: MBA

Applications for home mortgages rebounded last week, fueled by a jump in refinancing activity as interest rates pulled back, an industry group said on Wednesday. (2 hours ago)

Real world training at Sequoyah High School

Sequoyah High School students will get a crash-course in personal finance when the school opens a new in-school bank in the fall. "We, as educators, are very excited to provide students with a different kind of opportunity to learn. At Sequoyah, thinking beyond the traditional is encouraged. (23 mins ago)

IriTech Selects Arxan’s Software Security to Protect State-of-the-Art Iris Recognition Solutions

Arxan Technologies chosen by the leading iris recognition solution provider to harden iris biometric solutions for robust identification and security (PRWeb February 23, 2011) Read the full story at (1 hour ago)